2016 Porsche Boxster Values

Select a 2016 Porsche Boxster trim level

2016 model year changes

The biggest changes for 2016 are the addition of two new special editions, the Black edition and the Spyder. The Black Edition starts out as a base Boxster, but adds various popular equipment to the car to make it a little less bare bones. The Spyder occupies the other end of the spectrum with a bigger engine making more power than even the Boxster GTS.

Competitive comparison

Superb steering and handling, top-level performance in an easy-to-live-with package

Special features for 2016

The Porsche Boxster is the least-expensive way to get into a Porsche. Starting at just over $50,000, the Boxster offers a lightweight mid-engine chassis powered by a choice of potent powertrains, including an optional 7-speed dual-clutch transmission. While the Boxster is in the same class as the BMW Z4, Audi TTS, Corvette Convertible and Mercedes SLK, nothing else in this segment can come close to offering the Porsche's handling, performance reputation and this level of customization.
The Boxster by Porsche is a two-person convertible that comes in five trim levels. The base model features 18” alloy wheels, summer touring tires, powered soft top convertible, heated rear glass, wind deflector, automated rear spoiler, centralized exhaust system, heated and powered side mirrors, powered seating, tilt and telescope steering wheel, leather upholstery, Bluetooth/iPod/USB integration, 7” touchscreen console and four-speaker audio system. Options and upgrades can add things like larger wheels, xenon headlamps, GPS, upgraded audio system, heated seating, upgraded exhaust system, sport-tuning, LED interior lighting, tinted tail lamps, GPS, limited-slip rear differential, sport-ready ceramic brakes, customized interior accents, and more. Powering the Boxster is a 2.7-liter six-cylinder engine that is rated at 265 horsepower and 207 pound-feet of torque.